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berman. is it 4:00 a.m. in the east. welcome to cnn's live coverage of the pope's last day on the throne of st. peter. >> just ten hours from now pope benedict xvi becomes pope emeritus. he's not riding off into the sunset or helicopter just yet. at 5:00 a.m. eastern, the pope meets with the cardinalss who will pick his replacement. over 100 of them are expected to be on hand and the pontiff will spend a minute or two with each and every one of them. >> that should be fascinating. then cardinal seodano will spea and the pope will make a few spontaneous remarks before leaving his residence one last time. >> this truly is a historic day, not only for a vatican that finds itself at a crossroads but for 1.2 billion catholics awaiting a new spiritual leader and new direction. cnn's chief international correspondent christiane amanpour is live from rome this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning, zoraida and john. it is incredible with st. peter's behind us. i can't help but wonder what must be going through pope benedict's mind right now. we've talked about this decision, reported all
.m., a cnn special anchored by erin burnett and chris cuomo in new york and kris ychristiane amanp rome. >> i want to say happy birthday to teddy and joseph, your 6-year-old twins. >> it's a big day back home. thanks for that. >> a big day in the berman household. that is it for "early start." >> "starting buoyapoint with so o'brian" starts right now. >>> welcome, everybody. our starting point this morning, the pope's final day as head of the catholic church. in just about seven hours the office of the pope will be empty when benedict xvi is officially in retirement. this morning he blessed the cardinals who will pick his successor. >> translator: may he bless all of you in the name of the father and the son and the holy spirit. >> we're live in rome this morning with the historic moment and what it means for the church. we'll be talking with monsignor rick hilgartner of the u.s. conference of catholic bishops. senior simone campbell will join us and father edward beck is our guest. and time is running out. two proposals meant to avoid drastic spending cuts but they're both expected to fail,
right now. >> our special coverage continues right here on cnn. >>> history in the making. pope benedict xvi about to carry out the last chaj of his papacy meeting one by one with the cardinals who will choose his successor and he might be face-to-face with the next pope in just a few minutes on this last day on the throne of st. peter. good morning. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. we'd like to welcome our viewers from around the world on cnn international. it's the top of the hour, thursday, february 28th. we are witnessing history in the making. no one alive has ever seen a sitting pope step down. >> it is all unfolding right now and by 2:00 p.m. eastern, pope benedict xvi becomes pope emeritus. but there is still a lot to do before then. the meeting at this hour with the cardinals who will ultimately choose his replacement. over 100 of them plan to be on hand. the pontiff will spended i ed a or two with each of them. >> and then cardinal sodano will speak. >> the departure of this pope after what really has been a turbule
. there is a fair amount of diversity in our party. you guys on cnn, as well as other networks, spend a lot of time talking about the divisions in the republican party. and then you try to -- you make the claim, well, you know, the democratic party is a more inclusive party. well, wait a minute, there is no division of the democratic party. you don't talk about any divisions in the democratic party, so who is the real inclusive party and who isn't? so i think, that's actually a fairly good topic of conversation. >> let's talk about that. one reason people say that is because with gay marriage, right, and topper the former chairman of the rnc, ken mehlman will be will introduce a brief to the supreme court, in support of same-sex marriage. 100 prominent republicans have signed this. he agrees with you, i'm not trying to divide the gop, but he wants to make a difference. it's often with great respect to the court. but if you are really a party that includes everybody, why take such a strong stance against gay marriage? >> well, why take a strong stance for it? i mean, we all should bring to the table
are now watching the markets. the dow hovering just below the last record high of 14,164. this is "cnn newsroom," i'm suzanne malveaux. seems just hours away from another financial crisis, potentially. talking about the forced spending cuts set to kick in tomorrow. cuts total $85 billion over the next seven months. we want to bring in ali velshi, jake tapper, who's the anchor of "lead" and chief washington correspondent. ali, for days, you and i, weeks even, we've been hearing dire scenarios from the obama administration. now the president, as of yesterday, seems to be softening his tone. here's what he said last night. >> this is not a cliff, but it is a tumble downward. you know, it's conceivable that in the first week, the first two weeks, first three weeks, first month, a lot of people may not notice the full impact of this sequester. >> okay, ali. what is it? is the sky falling or not? >> the sky's not falling. i think when we thought we had to have something done by a deadline, then proponents on both sides tell you about how serious things are. now i think it's pretty clear barr
, all roads lead to rome today. >> we're watching it. watching it. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. >>> happening now in the "newsroom," saying good-bye. >> translator: it has been a joy to work and walk with you. >> the pope's last day. the cardinals. then the conclave. on this history-making morning, the world's 1.2 billion catholics watch and wait for change. >> i think we have challenges in the church that are pretty well known. >> i hope there would be a lot more transparency. >> i love my church. i just feel it has to sort of change a little bit. >>> also, woodward versus the white house. >> it was said very clearly, you will regret doing this. >> "the washington post" reporter front and center claiming threats from 1600 pennsylvania avenue. >>> and casa, the combine, and the question -- >> do you have a girlfriend? are you married? do you like girls? >> the nfl now investigating, did this moment start it all -- >> are you gay? >> no. far from it. >> you're live in the "cnn >> you're live in the "cnn newsroom." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >
to appreciation of some other kind of long-range baskets. cnn's mary snow is joining us. this is a story. it's hard to believe, mary. it's almost amazing that of all people in the united states, the first person that the north korean leader wants to meet with is dennis rodman. >> it almost seemed like a fake story when you first heard about it and it's hard to imagine getting more bizarre than this. dennis rodman arrived earlier this week to film a documentary. today came a surprising bond with kim jong-un. it's such a strange pair, a truly odd couple. basketball star dennis rodman and north korean dictator kim jong-un chumming it up court side in pyongyang. he told his new buddy, he now has a friend for life. they watched the harlem globetrotters play basketball. >> the tag line for the show is the absurdity of the modern condition. if anything shows the absurdity of the modern condition, it's this. >> shane smith is the show's producer. he sent rodman and the globetrotters to north korea. its was not sure they would have an audience with a feared leader. they not only met with him but dine
, to be fair, we're broadcasting out to the world audience for cnn and cnni, there are many different interests. >> they're not as important. >> celibacy, marriage, dealing with gay marriage. different when you're starving to death as they are in so many developing parts of the world where the catholic church is growing. but this symbol of i am the most powerful and i have done the biggest change, what could it translate to? >> well, this pope was a reluctant pope from the beginning. so when we're talking about, you know, looking at these people who have feelings, feeling tthe poignancy of the moment, i see the pope with a big whew. listen to his words. you have borne with me this burden of the ministry. and for someone who does not particularly like being in the spotlight. he's a quiet, academic guy who loves to be writing and reading, i think he feels that he is laying down this burden. >> you think he's already kicked off the red shoes? >> his mexican mocka sins. >> catching up on his fiction? >> as for where we go from here, i think he gave a clue to that too when he said the church is a li
, the california ordinance that banned gay couples from marrying. sources tell cnn the justice department will submit a brief by the end of the day giving the administration's position. >> fame, tv and movie star dale robertson has died. he was best known for thes in westerns like tales of wells fargo and death valley days. he lived on his ranch in oklahoma before moving to san diego in recent months. he was 89 years old. >> and the nfl now investigating whether draft prospect was asked about his sexual orientation in the scouting. he was asked do you like girls? he went on the radio show to clarify saying the question was not an official question and was just a joke, he said. an nfl spokesman said the league policy bans them from sexual orientation and preferences in the hiring process. once again, the big board. 14,09540 minutes away from the closing bell. we shall see if we hit the high. then the good economic news today, the number of folks filing for unemployment benefits falling last week. and hard to imagine, staying in a hotel with a body floating in the water supply. for weeks, a
of threatening him for challenging the president's version of events. here he is on cnn. >> well, they're not happy at all and some people kind of, you know, said look, we don't see eye to eye on this. they never said though, that this is factually wrong and that this is said to me in an e-mail by a top-- >> and it was, it was said very clearly, you will regret doing this. and it makes me very uncomfortable to have the white house telling reporters, you're going to regret doing something that you believe in. >> megyn: well, the white house says, it denies that any threat was ever made, arguing woodward misinterpreted that e-mail and on and on it goes. chris stirewalt is our fox news digital editor, and host of power play dot-com com live. we know who bob woodward says, gene sperling. the head of the economic advisors and out front and center for the president during this whole fight automatic decrease to the automatic increase to spending. >> megyn: and the white house says woodward was threatened releases the entire e-mail, i don't know if it's the entire, but releases the e-mail in w
tuckman, cnn. >> unbelievable. just ahead. congress is running out of time to do something about the spending cuts that go into effect at midnight. >> jodi arias murder trial. prosecutors say the text messages paint a different picture. the latest from the trial ahead. of odor causing bacteria and helps dissolve stains. that's why i recommend polident. [ male announcer ] cleaner, fresher, brighter every day. [ male announcer ] we all have something neatly tucked away in the back of our mind. a secret hope. that thing we've always wanted to do. it's not about having dreams, it's about reaching them. ♪ an ally for real possibilities. aarp. find tools and direction at aarp.org/possibilities. ♪ [ male announcer ] it was designed to escape the ordinary. it feels like it can escape gravity. ♪ the 2013 c-class coupe. ♪ starting at $37,800. ♪ >>> welcome back. midnight on friday is getting close. that of course is when $85 billion in automatic federal spending cuts will trilg gger a the blame game is still alive and well in washington. today continued listen. >> under the const
are watery. but this claim that the king of beers is watered down. so cnn had to get someone on the case for a taste test. the obvious choice? wolf blitzer. ♪ >> once it hits your lips, it so good. >> that was frank the tank from old school. if you ask wolf nicely he might show you his six pack. there is one way to make sure you are getting the sweet sweet dhol y alcohol you want. make it your self. you can't go wrong with some good old fashioned bath tub gin. that is it for us. we'll see you one hour from now. thank you for watching. piers morgan tonight starts now. >> tonight, i promised you i would stay on this and i meant it. guns in america. he said it will be okay dad. it is all going to be okay. and it wasn't okay. >> high emotions as the senate taking on the assault weapons ban. >> if you think we are going to do paperwork prosecutions you are wrong. >> graphic new testimony in the new trials. >> it was a mutual relationship sexually speaking wasn't it? >> yes, always. >> i'll stalk marcia clark. >> sand the c ax and the cannib. and is this anyway to break the glass ceiling? is
the least. cnn has the report from the italian newspapers that may get closer to reality as to why the pope is stepping aside. >> digregorio is one of two journalists who have reported on allegations of vatican corruption of blackmail of clergy members by male prostitutes. sex and blackmailed careers are behind benedict xvi's resignation. >> that gets closer to reality if you ask me. we'll go to matthew fox a catholic preach for 34 years but pope benedict kicked him out of the church, now's an episcopalian, and author of the book ott pope's war." "the pope's war." thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> cenk: why do you think the pope is stepping down. >> i agree he says he's unhealthy and he's tired. i believe him at 84 with all these scandals that are unveiling themselves at this time. but he's been attacking theologians, and 104 others that i named in the book. he brought the inquisition back with the complete approval of the previous pope. that was his life's work. i think he would be tired, too. he should do a little repenting before hey meets his maker. >> cenk: it's interesting
think one day he will be arrested here in mexico? >> i don't think so. >> gary tuckman, cnn. >>> congress is about to kick in those spending cuts at midnight. tough tactics directed at him. more shocking testimony in the jodi arias trial. she says travis alexander abused her mentally and sexually. the latest on the court testimony today with randi kaye ahead. hi there! earn a ton of extra points with the double your hhonors promotion and feel the hamptonality. schwab bank was built with all the value and convenience tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 investors want. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like no atm fees, worldwide. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and no nuisance fees. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 plus deposit checks with mobile deposit. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and manage your cash and investments tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with schwab's mobile app. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 no wonder schwab bank has grown to over 70 billion in assets. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 so if you're looking for a bank that's in your corner, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 not just on the corner... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 call, click or visit to start banking with sc
badgering him over his comments about the sequester. here is what he told cnn about an e-mail. that he received. it was said very clearly that you will rebret doing -- regret doing this. it makes me feel uncomfortable to have the white house telling reporters you are going to rebret doing something you believe in. here is the e-mail from gene sperling. "i do truly believe you should rethink your comment about saying that the president of the united states asking for revenue is moving the goalpost. i know you may not believe this, but as a friend i think you will regret staking out that claim." what about this back and forth? there have been other reporters since then that have come out and talked about the white house. and the pressure they have felt from the white house. the white house obviously pushed back. very hard today. many on the left. we're back with the panel. charles, your thoughts? >> i respect woodward and he is right on the origin of the sequester and on obama changing the terms by including tax hikes. if you look at the memo in isolation, i don't see it as a slet. for t
, who wrote it up wrote up his interview with cnn. they did say that woodward, they interviewed woodward, and he repeated this phrase twice and their characterization was threat. woodward was saying this afternoon, i didn't say threat. there is a little bit of blame to go around. >> michael: it seems that way. let's get to the meet of the sequester a little bit more. let's take a listen of what the president said last night. >> the issue is not technical. the issue a political. the question is whether or not we are going to see a willingness on the part of all parties to compromise in a meaningful way. what that means is democrats have to accept the need for entitlement reform, but it also means that republicans have to accept the need for additional revenues. >> michael: so michael, it looks like no deal is going to be made before the sequester deadline tomorrow. so it makes us look at the other possible deadlines, is this the only deadline that congress is going to miss this year? >> this are many deadlines. there is one coming up on march 27th. that's when a deadline hits that congres
that budweiser, the king of beers, is watered down? it's kind of a big deal. cnn had to get someone on the taste. the obvious person for a taste test? wolf blitzer. >> all right, i'm sorry, that wasn't wolf blitzer, of course, that was frank the tank from d "old school." i get the two mixed up all the time. if you ask wolf nicely, he just might show you his six-pack. there is one way to make sure you're getting all the sweet, sweet alcohol you want. just make it yourself. it's like i always say, you can't go wrong with some good >>> tonight i promised you i would stay on this, and i meant it. guns in america. >> it will be okay, and it was not okay. >> hi, emotions as the senate takes on the assault weapons ban. >> if you think we're going to do paperwork prosecutions, you're wrong. >> just about the one person between you and an ar-15, senator dianne feinstein. plus, graphic new testimony, the scene from "law and order". >> yes, always. >> on dershowitz, marcia clark, and jodi arias. >>> and what was placed on the job? yahoo!'s chief builds a nursery in her own office, is this the way to brea
with this story line. woodward then went on cnn and said he was threatened by the white house. >> oh my. >> he would regret the actions. >> oh my. >> the actual e-mails released and included the threatening language as from sperling to woodward, i apologize for raising my voice in our conversation today. >> what? >> my bad. >> my bad. >> and woodward replying, you do not ever have to apl apologize to me. >> aw. >> most cordial e-mails i have ever seen. >> i was just trying to watch "duck dive city" live premier and twitter exploded with this story. some of you may be wondering how the story comes about, especially one that develops mostly on twitter. well, it starts as you would expect with hard breaking news. it was a day like any other for buzz feed. yesterday afternoon andrew posts a picture of taco pat. >> aw! dumb. >> time stands adorably deliciously still. after everyone recovers, news rolls in. 8:01 p.m., politico posts the first piece on a testy exchange of woodward and an aide in the white house and then ben smith reports sperling sent the e-mail to woodward. some ironically tweets wo
time ago i talked to john allen near st. peter's square. he's an analyst for cnn and a correspondent for the "national catholic reporter." so,, as we watch the pope fly away today, is his future role as emeritus pope clear? it's a new position, after all. >> it is. what benedict the 16th has told us is he is going to be hidden from the world which means he's not going to be, at least publicly, hearing him, secretary-general him. he's not going to hit the lecture circuit or give interviews. we assume he will see people in private but the vatican won't issue news bulletins about those encounters so for all intense and purposes he's had his swan song on the public stage. that much is clear. what is less clear are two points: one, if he is going to continue to have any sort of behind-the-scenes role of the next pope. whether the next pope will seek his counsel. whether there will be conversation. and secondly how the role of a retired pope will play out in front of the broader court of opinion in the church. one of the fears about having a retired pope has always been that it risks what
of washington. charles: it wasn't cnn or msnbc or cbs. we're talking about an individual democrat who is saying i'm going to be honest about everything. between the media and hollywood, i don't know if you saw the oscars or not, but that relationship will not be severed. liz: it is unfortunate because the viewer out there is not getting the information they need. charles: that's the sad part. liz: what's going on in washington. stuart: as you mentioned, i think there's some internal politics going on here. lanny davis is very much the clintons guy. and now that hillary clinton is no longer part of the administration, i think the clintons and their people really are able to have a go at president obama in the way they were not in the past. liz: i have personally spoken to lanny davis about that and he said just that. stuart: real fast, i have to leave you, breaking news the pope leaving the vatican. i believe we have live pictures from rome. this is happening now. of course there is a time difference. the pope essentially leaves his position at 8 p.m. this evening. getting close to that time in
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